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A Year of Joyous Activity
[A report from a branch church in Wisconsin]
Our Sunday School is vigorous, active, and well staffed with excellent teachers. Our members have truly awakened, and with great enthusiasm, to the depth and tremendous scope of the Sunday School work. We have experienced a year of joyous activity, and the growth continues. Three years ago it was necessary to enlarge our Sunday School room to accommodate ten additional classes. At the present time many classes are overflowing, and again we seem to need additional space. Our new enrollments for 1962 almost doubled the figure of new pupils enrolled in 1961. Our records also indicate that three hundred and nine young people visited our Sunday School during the year, again nearly doubling the number of those who visited during 1961.
Letters were sent by the superintendent to new pupils and visitors upon their enrollment or attendance. To foster the expanding consciousness of good in each pupil and to bring to light new opportunities to love and serve mankind are the major goals of each teacher. Since our Sunday Schools may be considered the most important youth movement of the world today, our prime purpose is to forward the Cause of Christian Science by teaching the children how to utilize the revelation of Mary Baker Eddy in all their activities.
How to Forget as Well as Forgive
GERTRUDE E. VELGUTH
Love Hath the Power to Win
THE BLISS OF OBEDIENCE
Gloria Virginia Ranck
GEOFFREY J. BARRATT
God's Law of Restoration
LOUISA MAY WHINNOM
Washing Them Clean
A College Student Writes
SANDRA ELIZABETH LUERSSEN
Eileen M. Robinson
Regeneration and Healing Are Inseparable
Ralph E. Wagers
Carl J. Welz
The concussion from a bursting...
Clifford R. Texter
The blessings listed in these...
Blanche Edna Potter
I was not reared in Christian Science...
Ann Louise Cain
I have been an earnest student...
"You are God's perfect child,"...
Roxie L. Conway
It is with much gratitude to...
Rosemary P. Deary
Signs of the Times
L. Kenneth Wright